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Gallery:
Honey Ramka

Personal:
larsvandooren@gmail.com


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Born in the port city of Tacoma, Washington. Lives and keeps a studio in Brooklyn, New York

2009 // Parsons The New School for Design. MFA in Fine Arts. New York, NY.


EXHIBITIONS //


INDIVIDUAL

2016

Presented by Honey Ramka. PULSE New York. New York, NY.

2015

cult of the fall. Honey Ramka. Brooklyn, NY.

2014

vertical hallway and her attendants. Honey Ramka. Brooklyn, NY.

2013

some domestic arc. PRIMETIME. Brooklyn, NY


GROUP

2017

The Unseen Hand. March 4th - April 9th
Group show with Tom Butter, Juliette Dumas, Todd Fink, Langdon Graves, Rachel Harrison, Corin Hewitt, Ross Knight, Andres Laracuente, Jen Mazza, William McMillin, Thomas Stevenson, Steven Thompson, and Dan Waller.
*Curated by Nikita Vishnevskiy.
The Knockdown Center. Queens, NY.

Past

Razerbilder.
Group show with Stephen Eakin, Kirsten Nelson and Ken Weathersby.
Honey Ramka. Brooklyn, NY

Dialogues: Drawings and Works on Paper.
Curated by Trevor Richardson. Satellite Contemporary. Las Vegas, NV. *Catalog

Wonderland. The Invisible Dog. Brooklyn, NY.

Abscissas and Ordinates. Two person show with John O'Connor. Honey Ramka. Brooklyn, NY

Hippie Priest curated by Nikita Vishnevskiy. Honey Ramka. Brooklyn, NY

Twice Bitten. Honey Ramka. Brooklyn, NY

Future Folk Pt. 2. Curated by Will Hutnick and Polly Shindler. Launchpad. Brooklyn, NY

The Crystal Cracked. Honey Ramka. Brooklyn, NY.

Great Lakes Drawing Biennial. Ford Gallery. Eastern Michigan University. Ypsilanti, MI.

Border Poetics. Squing and Oup. Curated by Eileen Cubbage.

Drawing Salon. New York Studio Residency Program. Brooklyn, NY.

Parsons Alumni Exhibition. Sheila Johnson Design Center. Parsons The New School for Design. New York, NY.

Hermaphrodite. The Invisible Dog. Curated by Nikita Vishnevskiy. Brooklyn, NY

Building Ambiguity: St. Johns Appendage. 950 St. Johns Place. Brooklyn, NY

Closer to God. Affordable Art Fair. Curated by John Monteith. New York, NY.

Reading Room. Pulse Art Fair. Organized by Eva Diaz. New York, NY.

Parsons MFA Thesis Exhibition. The Kitchen. Curated by Anthony Allen. New York, NY. (Catalog)

New Directions. Parsons Fine Arts Gallery. New York, NY.

Size Matters. Rhys Gallery. Boston, MA.

Art Future/Transformation. AMA Building. Chicago, ILL.

Northwest Annual: Meditating America. Center on Contemporary Art. Organized by Ernesto Pujol. Seattle, WA. (Catalog)

2000 Years of Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun. 4810 Projects. Seattle, WA.


AWARDS AND HONORS //


Oscar Kolin Fellowship. Parsons The New School for Design

Dean's List. Parsons The New School for Design


PRINT AND ONLINE //

Meier, Allison. "An Immersive Dyke bar and Other Mixed Media Moments" March 2016. Hyperallergic.com --> HERE

Riley, Charles A. "Staff Show at Christie's is an Impressive Inside Job". August 2016. Hampton Art Hub --> HERE

Gomez, Enrico. "Brooklyn Goes to the Art Fairs". March 2016. wagmag. --> HERE

Marsova, Lisa. "The Best of Bushwick Open Studios 2015" Arte Fuse. --> HERE

D'Agostino, Paul. "Best Art Exhibits of 2015: The 'Dear Readers' Edition"
Brooklyn Magazine --> HERE

THSART. "Talking Art With Lars van Dooren". February 2013 -->HERE

Caines, Michael. "Nikita Vishnevskiy: An Interview with the Artist and first-time Curator", ART WRIT. October, 2011. -->HERE

Bruhn, Karen Johanne. "Carnegie Art Award". blogart21.org. June, 2008

Strouse, Allen. "New York Aids Congo Women." Artinfo. June, 2008

Artnet News. "Parsons Students for the Congo" Artnet News. June, 2008

Hackett, Regina. "Artists muse on America with mostly positive results." Seattle Post-Intelligencer. November, 2005

Gonsiorowski, Dan. "Weekend Art Preview." Seattlest.com. April, 2005